New assistant chiefs named

 

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ASSISTANT CHIEF MAURITA BRYANT answers community questions.

Wasting no time after being officially sworn in as Pittsburgh’s new chief of police, Cameron McLay began putting his stamp on the bureau’s command staff by promoting both Cmdr. Thomas Stangrecki and Cmdr. Scott Schubert to the rank of assistant chief.
They replace outgoing Deputy Chief Paul Donaldson and Assistant Chief Regina McDonald, who along with Assistant Chief George Trosky, are retiring.
McLay also announced that announced that 37-year veteran Assistant Chief Maurita Bryant would be staying on and returning to helm of the bureau’s Investigations division of the Bureau. Bryant has served in a supervisory capacity for more than 19 years.
After serving in various capacities from patrol to criminal investigations and rising through the supervisory ranks, Assistant Chief Bryant currently oversees the Operations Branch. She is a graduate of the Senior Management Institute for Police, the FBI National Academy and Leadership Pittsburgh. She is the immediate past president of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives and is involved with various organizations that work with inner-city youths. She has taught law enforcement and anti-terrorism courses to law enforcement agencies around the world.
“The City of Pittsburgh and the Bureau of Police is expecting much from these three highly qualified individuals in building bonds within the communities we serve,” said McLay. “Living and demonstrating a daily commitment to community policing and serving as examples of accountability, integrity and respect.”
Assistant Chief designate Stangrecki has a long and distinguished career with the PBP that started with his appointment on April 4, 1988. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, the Senior Management Institute for Police, Leadership Pittsburgh and the Command Institute for Police Executive. He has served in every branch within the PBP and at every rank leading up to Assistant Chief. He has long been known for his dedication to the City, the Bureau and, most importantly, the citizens we serve.
Assistant Chief designate Schubert also has a long and distinguished career with the PBP that started with his appointment on March 8, 1993. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, the Senior Management Institute for Police and the School of Police Staff and Command.  Schubert has served at every rank leading up to Assistant Chief and has served in the Operations and Investigations Branches. He is known and recognized for his dedication to the community and leading efforts to assist the less

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